Category Archive: Site News

Sep 11

15 years since 9/11


Ask an American where he or she was when the Towers fell, and you’ll most likely get a reply with no hesitation. For people who were part of one of America’s darkest days, the answers follow somber reflection. Words are chosen carefully, and the anguish of 15 years ago comes through in quiet and sometimes …

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Sep 04

Oklahoma orders shutdown of 37 wells after earthquake


Five months before Saturday’s 5.6 magnitude temblor in central Oklahoma, government scientists warned that oil and natural gas drilling had made a wide swath of the country more susceptible to earthquakes. The U.S. Geological Survey, in a March report on “induced earthquakes,” said as many as 7.9 million people in parts of Kansas, Colorado, New …

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Aug 30

Colin Kaepernick Unpatriotic Gesture Draws Mixed Reactions from Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva


Even after ditching a career as an army ranger to join the NFL, Alejandro Villanueva, the Pittsburgh Steelers left tackle, shares almost similar frustrations as Colin Kaepernick when it comes to racial discrimination. According to Villanueva, the American armed forces sacrifice their all to keep the country safe and degrading their national anthem abuses their …

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Jul 02

Happy Fourth of July Jabberheads!!!

Have a great holiday weekend. Have some fun. Stay safe and stop by SJ when you can.    

Jun 10

10 Friday Questions 6/10


1. Cavs or Warriors? 2. Favorite kind of soup? 3. One thing you can’t forget next time you go to the store: 4. If you could be reincarnated as animal which animal would you be? 5. Predict your football team’s Win Loss Record for this season 6. Have you ever sewn anything? 7. Favorite summer …

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May 23

May 23, 2016 Today in Sports History


1876 – Boston’s Joe Borden pitched the first no-hitter in the history of the National League. 1922 – Gene Tunney was defeated by Harry Greb. It was Tunney’s only professional boxing defeat. 1926 – Hack Wilson became the first player to hit a home run off the Wrigley Field scoreboard. 1948 – Joe DiMaggio hit …

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May 13

10 Friday Questions 5/13


1. Are you superstitious? 2. How many of the Friday the 13th movies have you seen? 3. What is your favorite movie theater snack? 4. Who is gonna win the NBA Championship? 5. What was the last thing that you fixed? 6. Who in the movie business seems the most down to earth? 7. Shark …

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May 06

10 Friday Questions 5/6


1. Who is your all time favorite baseball player? 2. Are you an introvert or extrovert? 3. Your favorite spot in your home/apt? 4. A song that you remember from your childhood? 5. Last thing you watched on TV? 6. What popular notion do you think the world has most wrong? 7. What is the …

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Dec 16

Jeff Pearlman: Terrorists to media: Thanks for the PR!


Were I a dickhead who wanted to have people share my misery, I’d turn to the news for a how-to instructional guide. Not exaggerating. That’s what I’d do. I’d go to Fox News or CNN or the New York Times and read all about how an entire metropolitan school district was shut down because someone …

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Dec 03

Vinnie Jones


Vinnie Jones is not only a well-known football player but also an infamous on screen presence from his many memorable appearances often as a brutish villain. That he is held in high regard in the footballing world is underlined by his being selected as an official ambassador for the Leeds United Foundation, a trust which …

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